The Utes are coming off a victory over USC and the feeling about this Utah team is riding high. Cameron, Ryan, and Scott break down how the Utes offense pulled the come from behind victory and take a look at this week's coming game against CAL. The guys are joined for a interview with the one and only Michelle Bodkin from Utezone.
Not only will Utah be facing a top level talented team in USC this week they will also be hosting a few top level talented recruits.
Jason Shelly – QB 3 Star
Committed - Utah
Tyquez Hampton – WR 3 Star
El Paso, TX
Committed – Washington State
Jeremy Patton – TE 4 Star
Arizona Western College
Committed - Arkansas
The non-conference season is over and Utah heads into conference play against USC. Cameron, Ryan and Scott give you a review of the game against San Jose State and the areas where Utah needs to become more consistent if they want a shot at the south division.
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The football season is just around the corner. Cameron,Ryan, and Scott break down the starting roster for the opening game against Southern Utah University as well as give you their breakout players to look out for this coming year.
Second week of Camp Kyle is in the books. We have the latest news and updates from head coach Kyle Whittingham. Whitt breakdowns the Quarterback spot as well as an updated progress report on the new starting line up for the offensive line.
Salt Lake Tribunereporter Kyle Goon released an article titled "Utahfootball: Cory Butler-Byrd charged with damaging police car, building".Since the release of the article there has been hundreds of messages on socialmedia ranging from support for Butler-Byrd to total dismissal from the program.If we learned anything from the Hatfield situation, people should not be so inclinedto rush to judgment. I hope to shed some light on the situation and aid inputting an end to all the wild accusations.
The facts we havelearned after researching police reports and legal documentation from the stateof Utah:
According to policereports, Cory Butler-Byrd was involved in an incident where police property wasdamaged on July 27, 2016. An object wasthrown through a window due to frustration over a separate personal matter notinvolving the police. At this time we will do not see it necessary to release additionalinformation on the personal matter out of respect for those involved. Thereport states that Butler-Byrd was unaware that the property damaged was thatof the University Police Department. The notion that this incident was somehowrelated to police protests is not mentioned in the police report. The policeconducted two interviews with Butler-Byrd; on the 27th and two days after. Thematters of “Black Lives Matter” and police brutality were never discussed orexplored.
Since the incident, Butler-Byrdhas retained counsel with Utah Attorney Greg Skordas. According to our sourcesa plea deal has been discussed with the District Attorney and terms of the dealhave been finalized. Butler-Byrd is scheduled to appear in a Salt Lake City courtroom on August 15, 2016. After that initial court appearance the plea dealwill be presented to the Judge to finalize.
The first week of CampKyle is in the books and we have a few great interviews for you. Starting tackle Sam Tevi, JC transfer Quarterback Troy Williams, and head coach Kyle Whittingham. We ask all three of their thoughts on the week of camp, changes on the Offensive Line, and how the Wide Receivers are coming along.